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and are not participating anymore. dennis: how is it that a person decides and not even going to look for work and yet they can still eat. obviously these must be secondary jobs. a 2-income household. >> unnecessarily. hopefully it would be, but it is not necessarily so. they are essentially young people at the beginning of their life cycle who have decided to go back to school. student loans are growing at a rapid pace simply because and people cannot find work stuff, so they go back to school and get that message degree that would get the mcjob. and older people are running those down so that there prematurely running down their retirement assets. when they're 65 they have to rely on social security. the participation rate among the elderly, people over 65, when you're older than me, that is rising. more seniors are going back to work because they don't have the assets they need in this lousy economy. hopefully this boom will help give them a break. there is still the zero interest-rate. dennis: just to explain to the people, the reason the unemployment rate goes down which is a good thing, when the
. with us now is dennis archer, former the former mayor of detroit. thank you for coming on. >> thank you. melissa: thank you. melissa: is this what the city needs? coming in to make the decision may not. >> quite frankly, i don't think that is going to be necessary. in my view, the mayor of the city of detroit, ran for the office because they love and care about the city. union employees care about the city. what has not occurred since the consent agreement has been entered into between city council, the mayor, and the governor's office. in my view, they have not sat down at the table and had everything before them and relve the problems and brought the unions in. melissa: it has been one disaster after another. for whatever reason, they cannot pull it off, it's time for some of us to fix the problem. >> let me make this observation. if they do not sit down within the next 20 and 25 days, with the mayor and members of city council, the lead members of the union, and the finance review team that the governor appointed, which was the obligation to take the measure of appointing or having t
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.com. well well are melissa: it's time for a little fun with "spare change." we are joined by dennis kneale and liz macdonald. first up, forbes has released its 2013 list of billionaires and i was not on it. there is a lot of new money on the list. like tory burch and dolce and gabbana. and the first place goes to someone with $72 billion. warren buffett dropped to number four with $53 billion. what the thing? were you surprised by anyone on the list? >> the top guys, you know, i love that tory burch is the second youngest billionaire, right after the woman who invented spanx. melissa: dennis, were you on the list? >> no, but it shows how the rest of the world is taking a part in wealth creation. >> a record number of >> 386 of them are across a check from one of the poorest pockets in the world. melissa: i would love to be dead last on the list. let's try to fix this microphone while we do this next one here. i would love to be behind him on the list anywhere, i'm not denigrating. and next up, losing your job over dancing. check out this video of this work are doing the harlem shake on the
for the stars a whole new meaning. when dennis needed extra mon he had a idea that was he started selling property. on the moon. hope says the loop mole in the united nations outer space treaty makes his business valid. so fare is cashing in, racking up $11 million. -- loophole. i have a lot ofuestions. this outer space treaty from 1967. it is from the u.n. no nation will have sovereignty or control over satellite bodies. you say there is loophole it doesn't say an individual can own the moon. am i explaining that right? >> yes, you're explaining it perfectly. melissa: you wrote a letter to the u.n. basically exessing this was your belief and you didn't hear back from them. as result you sort of took that as consent that you're right or how did you interpret at? >> well, what i sent them was a declaration of ownership for the lunar earthnd eight plan etc. of the moon. i would subdivide anybody from wanted it. if they had a legal problem to let me know. i know they wouldn't respond to me because the language in the outer space treaty. they didn't have any legal right to tell me i couldn't
a creature you crazy regime? >> betas had dennis rodman over there. i don't know, i wouldn't take part of it. not to mention the fact that he is a dictator. [laughter] adam: >> we are talking about points. they went for, what? 1600? he has already made about 1100
hours of basketball at work. wht tournament is on. i don't know. what do you think? dennis, are you in your office sitting there watching march madness? >> you know, i'm too busy keeping my polings on the market to think about that. >> you lia
brothels of america. dennis officer boss. you are up camp. you are exporting these women. >> and not apparent. i have a license to do this. john: you are licensed dump. 500 women choose to rent out there bodies at his probable. john: you plan you're having fun. >> oh, yeah. john: being bought, sold. >> do you have fun when you have sex? >> but are sold. crying in kicking and screaming when the transaction happened. redoing at? no. john: wait a second. don't ou feel demeaned? >> not at all. john: the u.s. state department called the active selling sex for money inherently demeaning. >> sex is supposed to be spontaneous. >> according to home? who made the sex laws? john: just for money. >> a model for money. is the same thing. john: sex is different. sex is more intimate. >> your still showing a body or a sporting yourself. i choose to do this. this is what i want to do. john: i assume you have no other options. >> i have several options. before i did this i had a nice, paying job. john: what you do this? >> because i want to. >> these skills can go out on dates and give up
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